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Redding and Red Bluff top the list of most dangerous cities in California

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Redding and Red Bluff top the list of most dangerous cities in California

Redding and Red Bluff top the list of most dangerous cities in California

Two North State cities topped the list of most dangerous cities in California, according to Money INC.

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Redding and Red Bluff top the list of most dangerous cities in California

New at 4 - red bluff is the 3rd most crime ridden city in california.

Good afternoon..

I'm debbie cobb..

The new poll was released today..

Action news now reporter jafet serrato is live in downtown red bluff.

With reaction..

The people i talked to said they can't believe it.

The website "money-inc" dot com reports the risk of being a crime victim in red bluff is more than 160 percent greater than the average risk in california.

It sources a link called "area vibe"... it says there have been more than 11- hundred crimes in the city.

Red bluff beat out cities such as san francisco, eureka and compton.

I spoke with two people who live in the city who said they haven't seen a lot of crime.

"autumn: it's really hard to believe that cause there's not a whole lot that goes on unless it's possibly covered up.

For the most part when you watch the news its not a whole lot of crime.

Isakson: i think it's ridiculous.

We travel all over.

We've been to la and san francisco recently and it's much worse there then it is here.

Not to say that we don't have problems it's just much worse in other spots than it is here."

I did call the red bluff police department today - they refused to comment on this article..

Red bluff isn't the only city that made the list of "most dangerous cities" in california.

Coming up at 5 - i'll be live in the 17th worst city in california.

Live in red bluff... jafet serrato... action news now.

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